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U.S. Calls for End to Sudanese Ethnic Violence

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U.S. Calls for End to Sudanese Ethnic Violence

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U.S. Calls for End to Sudanese Ethnic Violence

U.S. Calls for End to Sudanese Ethnic Violence

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The western Sudanese region of Darfur has been the scene of what many are calling an ethnic cleansing campaign by government-backed Arab militias against the local tribes. The Bush administration is now ratcheting up the rhetoric against the same government that the United States has praised for signing peace protocols to end a separate decades-old conflict. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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